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Introduction to the North Preserve

The FallingWaters North Preserve gated community occupies a secluded 31 acre site in a natural area of forested preserve on the west side of US41 north of Naples. It is close to spectacular beaches, Golf courses and other recreational amenities. There are plenty of restaurants, shops and good schools nearby.
Passing through the 24 hour gated entrance, you are greeted by spectacular waterfalls, lakes and tropical fauna in the professionally landscaped grounds. A garden path meanders by a lake with waterfall to reach the extra large heated swimming pool with its gazebo and sunbathing areas. 
The ninety exclusive two and three bedroom condominiums are spacious and elegent, each has two bathrooms, a large lanai and an oversized garage with private parking area. The interiors are finished to a high specification with 10 foot ceilings on the first floor units, the second floor units have vaulted ceilings. All units are fully air conditioned and are fitted with a fire sprinkler system and smoke detectors
The attractive two storey condominium buildings have a textured cement exterior wall finish and Spanish concrete roof tiles and are matched by the seperate garages. The community grounds and buildings are managed and maintained by an active Condominium owners Association.



News courtesy of NBC-2.com - Local news
Last updated on Mon 25 May 2020 5:00 PM GMT




Southwest Florida coronavirus case totals for Monday, May 25
Here's a list of all coronavirus cases in Southwest Florida.

Forecast: Rainy & stormy Memorial Day
The NBC2 First Alert Storm Team has issued a Severe Weather First Alert mainly for the threat of flooding associated with heavy rain today.

Florida baseball team puts stadium up for rent on Airbnb for $1,500
A Florida baseball team is selling people the "ultimate baseball experience" by putting their oceanview stadium up for rent on Airbnb for $1,500 a night. 

Bicyclist seriously injured after hit and run crash in Immokalee
Florida Highway Patrol said anyone with information on the driver or the crash can contact them or Crime Stoppers. 

Child dies after drowning near Siesta Key Public Beach
Witnesses told deputies that several children were observed struggling in the current about 100 yards offshore. 

Federal judge rules against Florida law requiring felons to pay legal fees before regaining voting rights
A Florida law requiring felons to pay legal fees as part of their sentences before regaining the vote is unconstitutional for those unable to pay, or unable to find out how much they owe, a federal judge ruled Sunday.

FSW to hold virtual commencement for graduating seniors
Seniors can create a custom slide and record a personal video by May 29 to participate. 

Bucs continue to mold the next NCAA stars
The Florida Southwestern men’s basketball team accomplished something that few teams, if any, can say after they had their eighth and final sophomore sign to a Division I college earlier this week.

Alligator remains found in trash bag at vacant Lehigh Acres lot
FWC harvesting begins Aug. 15 and runs through Nov. 1, depending on an individual’s permits. 

Drought busting rain possible for Memorial Day
Deep tropical moisture will continue to move over the area providing us with ample amounts of rain over the next few days.

Lee County woman among 1,000 names of coronavirus victims printed in the New York Times
Among the 1,000 names printed on the front cover of the New York Times, is 77-year-old Jermaine Ferro, who died from coronavirus. 

Truck crashes into building, starts fire that destroys store
A truck crashed into a building and started a fire that destroyed a store Sunday morning near US 41 and Edgewater Drive in Charlotte County. 

One Chick-fil-A celebrates graduation of high school employees
The coronavirus pandemic has led to the cancellation of many graduation ceremonies, amidst stay-at-home orders and social distancing measures.

President Trump issues new travel restrictions on Brazil
President Donald Trump has issued a proclamation suspending entry into the US for any individual who has been in Brazil within 14 days immediately preceding their attempt to enter the United States. 

Former US Rep. Allen West recovering after he was injured in Texas crash
A post on his Facebook page said West was driving back from a rally in Austin focused on reopening the state amid the coronavirus pandemic when the accident happened Saturday. 

Alligator found underneath car in Naples driveway
An alligator was found under a car in someone's driveway in Naples. 

Alligator believed to belong to Adolf Hitler dies in zoo
An alligator that many people believe once belonged to Adolf Hitler has died in the Moscow Zoo. 

Florida man arrested after toddler runs away from home, found on highway
Adkins said it was the second time the toddler had escaped in the past three days, according to deputies.

Floral designer displays flower arrangements on New York streets for healthcare workers
Flashes of beauty have bloomed in the most random of places around New York over the past several years - a trash can here, a phone booth there - with surprise displays of flowers. 

Two cars stolen from North Port family's driveway
A North Port family had a rude awakening early Saturday morning when at least two people stole two cars from their driveway. 

New York Times publishes 1,000 names of coronavirus victims on front page
The Times is trying, in a unique way, to illustrate the losses of the COVID-19 pandemic by dedicating Sunday's front page and three inside pages to the names of about 1,000 victims.

Lee County files foreclosure lawsuit against MW Horticulture
Lee County has filed a foreclosure lawsuit against MW Horticulture. 

Cape Coral woman hit and killed by a pickup truck in Lee County
A Cape Coral woman was hit and killed by a pickup truck on San Carlos Boulevard near Kelly Road in Lee County Saturday evening. 

Man hit and killed by tractor-trailer on I-75 in Charlotte County
A man was hit and killed by a tractor-trailer on I-75 near Jones Loop Road in Charlotte County. 

Many people find creative ways to honor fallen soldiers amid coronavirus pandemic
With social distancing guidelines still in place to slow the spread of the virus, many ceremonies and large gatherings won't be happening. 

Hundreds of boats fill Caloosahatchee to support veterans, President Trump
There was also a similar boat parade in Collier County.

Lee County beaches fill up fast for Memorial Day weekend
Many people have anticipated how the first big holiday weekend will go with new precautions in place to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Fort Myers gymnastics center reopens with new changes
They celebrate one week of being reopened after having their doors shut for two months. 

Lee County deputies rescue sinking boat near Sanibel Lighthouse
Lee County deputies rescued a boat that was sinking near Sanibel Lighthouse Saturday afternoon. 

Dog rescued from a fire that destroyed Charlotte County home
The homeowner wasn't home when the fire started, according to Charlotte County Fire and EMS.

NBA in 'exploratory' talks about possibly resuming season at Walt Disney World Resort
The NBA is in "exploratory" talks with the Walt Disney Co. to possibly restart its season at the Disney World Resort in Florida in late July. 

Bald eagle released after recovering from lead poisoning
The Centre Wildlife Care in Pennsylvania, which had been helping to rehabilitate the bald eagle, released the bird Thursday at Prince Gallitzin State Park in Cambria County.

Man arrested for fraud after falsely claiming he tested positive for coronavirus
A Georgia man was arrested for defrauding his employer by falsely claiming he was infected with coronavirus, federal prosecutors said. 

Four-alarm fire sparks at warehouse in San Francisco
San Francisco firefighters are battling a four-alarm warehouse fire Saturday on pier 45, the city's fire department said. 

1-year-old chef has more than 1 million followers on social media
A 1-year-old chef is cooking up a storm on social media, with more than a million followers on Instagram tuning in to "Kobe Eats" to enjoy his baby-faced tutorials. 

Elementary school includes student's service dog in the yearbook
An elementary school in Kentucky saved a special spot in its yearbook for Ariel, the service dog. 

Millions of cicadas will emerge from the ground after 17 years
As many as 1.5 million cicadas per acre may emerge, and people living in Southwest Virginia, parts of North Carolina, and West Virginia could witness this unique phenomenon, Virginia Tech said in a news release.

Mother of Miami-Dade boy found dead arrested for murder
The body of her 9-year-old son, Alejandro Ripley, was discovered in a body of water Friday morning, hours after the Florida Department of Law Enforcement issued an Amber Alert for the child.

IMAG reopens with special offers for military, first responders, healthcare workers
The IMAG History and Science Center has reopened and they even have a special offer of appreciation over the weekend and next weekend.

Punta Gorda man dies after crash in Charlotte County
A Punta Gorda man died after a crash on El Jobean Road and Toledo Blade Boulevard in Charlotte County Friday evening. 

Man jumps into Cape Coral canal to try and evade police
Witness video shows police taking the man to the ground and eventually into custody after he climbed out of the canal.

Southwest Florida is short on hurricane evacuation shelters
"We’re really serious when we say, consider sheltering with friends or family outside of that evacuation zone," Director of Public Safety and Emergency Management Lee Mayfield said.

Story2Share: Finding community in the evening stroll
Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, I have made it a mission to get outside and try to walk 10,000 steps each day. 

Hertz files for bankruptcy
Hertz said it intends to stay in business by declaring bankruptcy while restructuring its debts.

Three arrested on charges related to woman's death in Cape Coral
Cape Coral police said they are still looking for two others.

How much rain fell today?
This evening the only significant rain in our area fell mainly in western areas of Lee, Collier and Charlotte Counties. 

Traffic Alerts: May 22
Your traffic alerts for May 22.

Pig kept in small cage at Lehigh Acres business sparks outrage
A photo of a pig being kept in a small cage at a Lehigh Acres business has caused a storm of outrage from animal lovers all over the country.

Elderly woman gifted with new bike following theft, suspect identified
Charges are pending in this case.

Naples tattoo shop to reopen without the state's go-ahead
The owners of Webbworks Tattoo in Naples said since hair salons and barber shops are open, they should be too.

Data breach hits Florida's unemployment system
The DEO's press secretary sent a statement saying all users who were affected by the "data security incident" have been notified.

High school sports begin return to the field
Earlier this week, the National Federation of High Schools released a set of guidelines for reopening sports safely.

Lee, Charlotte counties to reopen short-term vacation rentals
The state approved safety plans to reopen short-term vacation rentals Wednesday for Lee and Charlotte counties.

Local businesses prepare for big beach crowds during Memorial Day weekend
“Be smart, keep the distance, don’t be around the big crowds," Fort Myers resident Kim Allen said. 

Man arrested after investigation into mortgage fraud that targeted dozens of seniors
A California man was arrested for bilking Florida seniors, according to Attorney General Ashley Moody. 

Collier County woman arrested after stealing thousands of dollars through fraudulent returns
According to the Collier County Sheriff's Office, Cierra Shenee Willis was arrested after she turned herself in at the Naples Jail Center. 

'Mystery animal' spotted in Golden Gate Estates
Its nose was black, the ears were pink, but the whole body was snow white.


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